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AND HOW TO INVEST IT JUDICIOUSLY.
Where can I buy the most goods for the least money ? is the question that is puzzling the masses at this season of the year, when so many goods are needed in every family. Big prices will not do in these times, when even the wealthy cannot afford to waste their money, and the poor require double duty of every dollar and every penny. COME AND SEE WHAT THE AMERICAN DOLLAR WILL DO at WILSON'S ! Owincr to the immense trade with which we have been favored for the past three weeks, we have been obliged to make a second visit to mar ket, and having again invested heavily in all kinds of Seasonable Goods for which we have paid SPOT CASH, thereby obtaining EXTRA DIS COUNTS, we are happy to announce that among our new arrivals we shall place before the people SOME BARGAINS! that are positively beyond the whisper of competition or comparison prices that will teach you in the silent logic ot truth, the difference be tween dealing with live and with dead men between ths CASH and the CREDIT system. Dress Fabrics. We would call special attention to our large stock of Dress Goods, varying; in price from 6Jc to $1,50 per yard, among which are inauy novelties, and RARE BARGAINS. We shall display on our counters the best line of Dress goods ever exhibited this side of the city, consisting of Momies in black, bronze, and all the nobby shados, BUCK AND COLORED CASHMERES, 64 inch Flanuel Suitings in the fashionable colors &c. Also bargains iu Alpaccas and Brilliautines to close. This splendid assortment of Dress Fabrics, should interest all desiring to pur chase, as it is positively unsurpassed iu this vicinity. We have also selected a line assortment of TRIMMINGS to match these goo ds comprising a full line of novelties in six patterns, Plaids, black and colored Satins, Silks, Yelvets, Fringes, &c, which we will guarantee to sell you lower than you can procure them at retail in Boston. 5000 yards of Print in fresh styles and fast colors at 4 cents. PER YARD. 4 cents. -SPECIAL BARGAINS-- In Towels, Hosiery, Ladies' Spreads, Quilts, Shawls, Skirts, and Gents' Underwear, Etc. DRIVES II COTTONS ! Having in ve sted heavily in Cot tons at bottom prices, " we now offer you the fol lowing drives: 16 yards 36 in. Brown Cotton, good weight and texture for $1.00. 13 yards 40 inch Brown Cotton, extra heavy for $1.00, or 15 yards of Bleached Cotton for $1.00, the same quality as we have previously sold 14 yds. for $1.00. Also bargains in 42 inch, 45 inch, and 10-4 Brown and Bleached Cotton. We are trying to convince our customers that it is for their Interest as well as for ours, to do a cash hmincss. Hence wo throw out these special ties these standard goods at matchless prices to check this insane anU criminal practice ot wasting money for the paltry consideration of a lit tle credit. A Large Assortment of Flannel aud Cotton Shirtings, Cotton Flanuel iu colors &c, at bottom prices. A full lino of Fancy Cloakings aud Repellants. Ladies will find it for their interest to ezamino our assortment of j Cloaks, Dolmans and Circulars, before purchasing, as we have a very large stock to select from, A line of sizes iu 15 different styles varying iu price from $5. to $20. EXTRA BARGAINS i iallpjtalities, . ( Several fresh styles just received this week. Call early before sizes are broken. HEADY-MADE CLOTHING! OUB SPECIALTY. Our Olothiug tradois rapidly increasing and to meet the increased demand we have made heavy purchases iu all grades and now we think it is not egotism to say, and in deed we hear it repeated every day by customers, that ours is the largest assortment ever seen iu a country store. All iu need of clothing should examine our stock and we will give you prices that will coiupell you in self defence to buy of us. We would call special attention toour assortmentof in the most nobby styles of to-day, from $12. to $20. As a leader wo shall offer a strictly all wool overcoat for $10. Also extra bargains iu low priced Over-coats from $4. to $8. BARGAINS in BOOTS & SHOES ! We have a large stock of Boots and Shoes which were bought last sea boii, and we propose to give our cutomars the benefit of the investment, hence we shall name some astonishing low prices prices that will level your heads ou the subject of GENUINE BARGAINS Heavy double sole and tap boots from $2.25 up, A full assortment of Ladies' Fine Boots always in stock, A. FRESH STOCK Of choice Family Groceries at the lowest market prices We have a few chests of Jap Tea which we shall offer to close -4 lbs. for $1.00- Ami we fully warrant it to equal In every particular Tea sold at other place8 3 lbs. for $1.00, or money refunded The largest assortment of W-O-L-F R-O-B-E-S to be found in the country, and at prices that will please you. We shall offer a full line of Ladies' Fur Caps, Gents' Oats and Caps, Bed Blankets, Dorse Blankets, &c, at ROCK BOTTOU FIGURES. In conclusion will say that wo have an immense stock ot Seasonable Goods, which we are ready to dispose of for CASH, at pricca that will demonstrate to you that we consider a dollar in hand of more practical worth than double the amount in some other man's pocket. Not by favor but by morif alone, will we maintain and increase onr unrivalled reputation for selling goods at living prices. Please bear in mind that we deal in good Goods and not trash nnd believe the people will patronize that house that sells the best goods for the. least money. If there is honor in man or virtue in good Goods, we mean to be master of the situation. This Is the music, and these the inducements, that crowd our store whilst other merchants sleep on their counters, little dreaming of the day of disaster and ruin await, ing r!I who buy on long time, and sell ou longer who pay big prices and sell at figures that no people can afford to pay. We cordially invite an early and repeated call and liinpection. BTSamples sent oa application. EOrders by mail promptly attended to. CFTtespectfully nubmitted to the Cash Trade only by H. K. WILSON & SON. Weit Newbury, Oct. 20, 1880